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Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Science & technology

Technology that runs on light

Faster, more energy-efficient computers and communications may come down to a nanoscale device that generates light rather than electricity.


Benefits of ethnic enclaves

Refugees in Switzerland who settled in a community with shared nationality, ethnicity or language were more likely to find work within five years, a study found.

Health & medicine

Lowering Medicare costs

Medicare patients at clinics with multiple specialties rather than just primary care had a 35 percent reduction in health care costs, according to new research.

The Dish

The FRANCE-STANFORD CENTER FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES has announced grant recipients for the 2019-20 academic year. These fund a wide variety of research collaborations between scholars and students at French institutions and at Stanford University.

Josiah McElheny: Island Universe Rental housing available


  • SUBMIT TUITION GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATIONS: Eligible employees who have a dependent child entering or returning to college to earn an undergraduate degree can submit a Tuition Grant Program (TGP) application for the 2019/2020 academic year. Even though applications are accepted throughout the year, it is best to submit as soon as possible to receive a TGP authorization letter before your child's college classes start. Learn more about TGP and complete your application online.

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